Sputnik news reports The most expensive aircraft carrier in the arsenal of the United States, the USS Gerald R. Ford, is coming under review due to concerns about the vessel's effectiveness. A review of the $12.9 billion warship conducted earlier
Nick Giambruno: Doug, I know you've been thinking about how the Greater Depression will unfold. It's no secret the government has created the biggest credit bubble in history through endless money printing--euphemistically called QE--and now -
Exclusive: Behind the U.S. media-political clamor for a new Cold War with Russia is a massive investment by the Military-Industrial Complex in "think tanks" and other propaganda outlets, writes Jonathan Marshall.
The U.S. military is mum on Special Operations bases around the world, but they're public knowledge
It's no surprise that government workers like to party - just look at the myriad Secret Service and Drug Enforcement Agency scandals. Even the Pentagon has gotten in on the action, with employees using government travel cards at strip clubs and c
The new Ford class of super-carriers is years overdue, billions over budget, and not combat worthy. Meanwhile to justify the expense, Washington is ginning up tension in the Persian Gulf and South China Sea. How long can this continue?
In the past months the Obama Administration has clearly also escalated tensions in the seas surrounding the Peoples' Republic of China--East China Sea with Japan and South China Sea with the Philippines--tensions which potentially could provoke a
When government is completely dysfunctional and seems not to serve the people's interests, we have to wonder where our tax dollars are going. Thanks to a Reuters investigation by Scot Paltrow, we have an answer--or, rather, a non-answer. Apparentl
Everything grows old. I'm told one day the stars and planets will turn to dust. So I suppose it's no surprise that America's arsenal of nuclear weapons is also showing signs of advancing age, and may have to be replaced.
The Pentagon Money Pit: $6.5 Trillion in Unaccountable Army Spending, and No DOD Audit for the Past Two Decades
The United States is now engaged in perpetual war with victory nowhere in sight. Iraq is chaotic and scarred. So, too, is Libya. Syria barely exists. After 15 years, "progress" in Afghanistan has proven eminently reversible as efforts to rollbac
Air Force Seeks New Land-Based and Air-Launched Nukes … Advancing what could become a near-total rebuild of the U.S. nuclear weapons arsenal, the Air Force … solicited industry proposals to build a new fleet of land-based nuclear missiles as well
Sailors And Marines Can Officially Declare They Are Transgenders This Fall … Before declaring transgender status, these service-members have to be at the start, in the middle of, or finished transitioning. Only then will they be able to ask for a
US Approves Sale Of 130 Abrams Battle Tanks, 20 Armored Vehicles To Saudi Arabia For $1.2 Billion
Leathernecks work closely with American commandos
Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose weighs in on the Ukrainian uprising and the ensuing power struggle between Russia and the U.S. (3:53)
Nobody spends money on arms like the US of A.
How much did the military-security complex pay the Atlantic Council to publish this sales pitch to Poland to load up on US weapons systems?
Britain backs renewal of Trident nuclear programme … Trident programme involves four new vessels at an estimated cost of $54bn over the next 20 years. British prime minister affirms she would order nuclear strike … Despite opposition from the pro
Potentially Deadliest Strike on Civilians in Entire War
Russia recently unveiled its new T-14 Armata battle tank, giving new impetus to the need to upgrade the Challenger 2 to counter strategic threats. The MOD is now taking bids from defence companies for the £700 million upgrade.
China aims to launch a series of offshore nuclear power platforms to promote development in the South China Sea, state media said again on Friday, days after an international court ruled Beijing had no historic claims to most of the waters.
Cites Delays in Approving Major Arms Sales to Qatar, Kuwait
The system designed to defend American cities and towns against a nuclear attack by North Korea is "simply unable to protect the U.S. public" and will remain ineffective unless Congress exerts rigorous oversight, according to a new report.
But in this article, we'll show clearly that Hillary is pro-multinational and pro-military-industrial complex. Those are her main planks, even if she rarely talks about them.
quarantine civilians, administer vaccines on massive scale. (NaturalNews) You never know when the zombie apocalypse might strike, so it's a good thing that the Pentagon is training military nurses how to respond in such a situation.
f North Korea ever unleashed nuclear-armed missiles against America, the defense of U.S. cities and towns would depend to no small degree on something called a divert thruster.
How the U.S. Military Promotes Its Weapons Arsenal to the Public
One of the strangest news developments of our time is the way the media now focus for days, if not weeks, 24/7, on a single event and its ramifications.
Transgender people will be allowed to serve openly in the U.S. military, the Pentagon announced Thursday, ending one of the last bans on service in the armed forces.